The owners of Swansea City have held talks with the representatives of David Moyes over the prospect of replacing Gary Monk as the club’s next manager
The Daily Mirror’s David Anderson claims that Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins is looking for Monk’s replacement after a disappointing league campaign so far this season.
The Swans are currently 15th in the table, two points above the relegation zone after a demoralising 3-0 home defeat to table toppers Leicester on Saturday.
The Mirror goes on to report that Moyes’ agents have been contacted, as the club looks to put a plan in place quickly should they relieve Gary Monk of his managerial duties, as expected.
The appointment of David Moyes will most likely divide opinion at the Liberty Stadium. Whilst the Scot will have the backing of the Swansea faithful, the 52-year-old will need to rebuild his image and reputation in England, following disastrous spells in charge of Man United and La Liga side Real Sociedad.
Swansea want David Moyes to replace Garry Monk as boss. I understand Huw Jenkins has had talks with Moyes’ agent and brother Kenny.
— David Anderson (@MirrorAnderson) December 6, 2015